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When: June 1, 2017 at 11:00am – 2:00pm
Where: 18th Avenue Library Research Commons

When our students research well, they not only become deeply engaged through critical inquiry, but also potentially make contributions to our academic fields or even communities outside the academy.

How can we get more of our students to see themselves as novice researchers who can have an impact in the field?

On June 1st, join other colleagues from across campus to share strategies and develop innovative approaches to teaching research at the Symposium on Engaging Students as Researchers, sponsored by the Writing Across the Curriculum program at the Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing and the University Libraries.

Over a boxed lunch, listen to current research and practice in teaching information literacy and writing, and, while your experiences this year are fresh in your mind, with a group of fellow teacher-scholars design activities and assignments you can incorporate into your teaching next year.

There are a limited number of seats available, so sign up to attend today!

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